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An adaptive operational water resources management framework for the Crocodile River catchment, South Africa.
River catchments are complex STEEP (Social, Technological, Economic, Environmental, Political) systems requiring an integrated and adaptive approach to their water resources management with input from diverse stakeholders ...
Comparison between satellite-based and cosmic ray probe soil moisture estimates : a case study in the Cathedral Peak catchment.
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An evaluation of priority and fractional methods of water allocation in the sand river catchment, South Africa.
The development and apportionment of water resources is a critical issue, both globally and locally in South Africa. This is particularly true in the development and allocation among states sharing watercourse systems. ...
The effect of long-term fire frequencies on soil hydraulic properties in semi-arid savannas in Kruger National Park.
Soils are vital in supporting healthy and functioning ecosystems. Thus when soils are degraded, important ecosystem services are affected. In African savannas where fire is a key driver controlling ecosystem composition ...